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summers and 1980
Except for sabbaticals at the University of California, Davis, 1982 / 83, and at Rockefeller University, 1980 / 84, this pattern of spending summers in Colorado and Los Alamos and winters in Florida continued until Ulam died on May 13, 1984, in Santa Fe.
However, he changed his plans and spent the summers of 1980 and 1982 working as an intern at the office of U. S. Senator David Durenberger.
Sono completed his stint in North America playing for the Toronto Blizzard, playing three summers, 1980 through 1982.

summers and 1982
* Ingrid Bergman ( 1915-1982 ), actress ( most of her ashes were scattered around the islet of Dannholmen off the fishing village of Fjällbacka on the west coast of Sweden where she spent most summers from 1958 to her death in 1982, with the remainder of her ashes buried at Norra begravningsplatsen in Stockholm, Sweden next to her parents )
The Main Street Electrical Parade is a regularly scheduled parade, created by Bob Jani and project director Ron Miziker, famous for its long run at Disneyland at the Disneyland Resort most summers between 1972 – 1974, 1977 – 1982, and 1985-1996.
Timo Soini worked for the food company Linkosuo Oy for two summers in 1981 and 1982 and was Secretary General and Chairman of the Kehittyvän Suomen Nuorten Liitto ( Youth league of developing Finland ) from 1983 to 1992.

summers and Paul
Paul Manship, sculptor of the Prometheus figure at Rockefeller Center, spent summers living on Leroy Avenue and working on his art in the early 1930s.
His work was successful enough to provide a reasonable lifestyle for him and his family allowing them to spend summers painting landscapes in the south of France, the most notable of which is his " Paysage Cezannien ," inspired by the great Paul Cézanne.
Gladys and Paul Szapary, Sylvia's children, spend summers there to this day, hidden from the hundreds of thousands of tourists who explore below.
Dr. Paul Spong set up an online viewing portal of the orcas over several summers starting in 2000.
Foss also studied with Sergei Koussevitzky during the summers from 1939 to 1943 at the Berkshire Music Center ( now known as the Tanglewood Music Center ) and, as a special student, composition with Paul Hindemith at Yale University from 1939 to 1940.
The village is often used as part of Paul O ' Grady's comedy act, telling stories of how he spent many summers " Stuck in a four berth caravan in Talacre ", and is therefore now part of popular culture as a famous " typically British " seaside holiday resort.

summers and Bowles
The poet Caroline Anne Bowles ( 1786 – 1854 ) spent childhood summers there when it was owned by a military uncle, Sir Harry Burrard.

summers and conducted
He invaded Attica at the head of the Peloponnesian forces in the summers of 431, 430 and 428, and in 429 conducted operations against Plataea.
During the following three summers he planned and conducted outings for temperance societies and Sunday-school children.
The interviews in the first 5 episodes were filmed at George Lucas's Skywalker Ranch in California, with the 6th interview conducted at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, during the final two summers of Campbell's life ( the series was broadcast on television a year after his death ).
Similar competitions were also conducted during the summers of 1983 and 1984 when Day organized the players in many U. S. states to form teams and compete in high score contests for the Guinness Book of World Records.
This project was a two-year joint field study conducted by the Library of Congress and Fisk University during the summers of 1941 and 1942.
In recent summers, the Young Artists Chorus has performed in the Koussevitzky Shed with the Boston Pops under the baton of John Williams for Film Night at Tanglewood, and has sung with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa and John Williams.
This project was a two-year joint field study conducted by the Library of Congress and Fisk University during the summers of 1941 and 1942.
For three summers he conducted choruses and orchestras in England's Wells Cathedral.
From 1818 to 1837 during the summers he conducted military bands in Linköping, providing them with arrangements of marches and overtures by Rossini, Spohr, and Weber and composing pieces for male choir.

summers and Workshops
In the summers from 1957 to 1959 he took part in the Emma Lake Artists ' Workshops of the University of Saskatchewan, and there worked with Will Barnet and Barnett Newman.

summers and Morocco
Caballero spent his military service in the Milicia Naval Universitaria and spent two summers sailing in the waters of the Canary Islands, Morocco and Galicia.

summers and under
Only the extreme northwest was glaciated during the Quaternary, but almost all is under exceptionally deep permafrost and the only tree that can thrive, despite the warm summers, is the deciduous Siberian Larch ( Larix sibirica ) with its very shallow roots.
Waterloo has a humid continental climate of the warm summer subtype ( Dfb under the Köppen climate classification ); this means that there are large seasonal differences, usually very warm to hot ( and humid ) summers and cold ( to very cold ) winters.
Besançon is under the influence of both an oceanic climate ( notable precipitations in quantity as much as in frequency ) and a continental climate with hard winters ( snow, frost ) and warm and dry summers.
Kitchener has a humid continental climate of the warm summer subtype ( Dfb under the Köppen climate classification ); there are large seasonal differences, usually very warm and humid summers and cold to occasionally very cold winters.
Point Pelee has humid continental climate ( Dfa under the Köppen climate classification ) with warm, humid summers, and cold winters.
Westhampton has an oceanic climate ( Cfd ) under the Köppen climate classification, with moderately cold winters and warm summers.
Hunan's climate is subtropical, and, under the Köppen climate classification, is classified as being humid subtropical ( Köppen Cfa ), with short, cool, damp winters, very hot and humid summers, and plenty of rainfall.
Jiangxi has a humid subtropical climate ( Cfa under the Köppen climate classification ), with short, cool, damp winters, and very hot, humid summers.
The Civilian Conservation Corps built a fire lookout at Schonchin Butte during the summers of 1939 and 1940, as part of federal infrastructure development under the President Franklin D. Roosevelt administration during the Great Depression.
Instead, she attended the Bennington School of Dance in Bennington, Vermont, for two summers, where she studied under director Martha Hill with choreographers Martha Graham and Hanya Holm.
Tajimi falls under the humid subtropical climate classification with very hot, humid summers and relatively cold winters.
During the winters of 1885 to 1887 he studied petrology under HF Rosenbusch at Heidelberg, and during the summers he investigated the glacial geology of northern Europe and the British Isles.
Over the course of four summers from 1975 – 1978, he trained 65 teachers in San Francisco at Lone Mountain College under the auspices of the Humanistic Psychology Institute.
While a student at The Art Institute, Dulah spent her summers in Saugatuck, Michigan, studying under John Christen Johansen and other prominent artists.
Cabourg is under the influence of an oceanic climate, with fresh summers and very mild winters.
In the unreliable summers of northern France, the acidity of under ripened grapes was often masked with chaptalization with unsatisfactory results, whereas now the less ripe grapes are made into popular sparkling wines such as Crémant de Loire.
Holden studied Texas history under Professor Joseph A. Hill at West Texas Normal College ( now West Texas A & M University ) in Canyon, Texas, during the summers of 1917 and 1918.
This provided only two short Arctic summers totaling about six months in which to work under passable conditions.
The commune is under the influence of the oceanic climate: Winters are warm and summers rarely suffer from excessive heat.
While the museum has no mandatory admission charge and operates with a suggested admission ($ 12 general, $ 7 students and seniors, free for MCA members, members of the military, and children 12 and under ), it currently provides free admission every Tuesday, when it has extended hours of operation from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. During the summers, the museum provides free outdoor Tuesday Jazz concerts.
In Austin, Texas, a colony of Mexican free-tailed bats summers ( they winter in Mexico ) under the Congress Avenue Bridge ten blocks south of the Texas State Capitol.
Young and his troops accomplished more that summer than had teams under the three military officers who had been assigned the previous three summers.
Dodd worked at Beard ’ s camp in Pennsylvania for 13 summers, where he honed his writing and illustration skills under Beard ’ s guidance.

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